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CVA WOLF

I have been looking at a 50 cal cva wolf with a stainless barrel and composite stock. I don't know much about in lines, all my smoke poles are side locks.
Is the wolf a good choice?
Good shooters?
Are they too cheap?
Their a very light rifle so I'm sure they have a pretty good kick to them. I'm looking at the in lines for some long range hunting.
Thanks in advance for your input.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-01-2015, 12:27 PM
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Re: CVA WOLF

I've had one since they first came out, it has been reliable and shoots well. It is also easy to carry and easy to use in a tree stand.
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Re: CVA WOLF

I have a CVA Wolf and it shoots great with 95g of loose poweder and sabots. As far as recoil goes, My son shot this rifle when he was 9 with no issues. I recommend this rifle for the new or experienced shooter/hunter. Please PM for specific questions.

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Re: CVA WOLF

I got one, and it shoots great with 2 pyrodex pellets, and a 295 gr HP powerbelt!
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Re: CVA WOLF

Several of my friend have them. I've been impressed when at the range with them.

Real good shooters for the money.

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My dad has one. I can't add anything to what everyone else has said about them.

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-10-2015, 12:29 AM
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Re: CVA WOLF

I bought a CVA Wolf last year and find it to be a good gun for the money. It shoots well and I've shot 2 deer with it. You can spend a lot more for an inline, but the Wolf will do the job nicely.
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